Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s daughter Aaradhya Bachchan who tested Coronavirus positive, a few weeks back, is now enjoying her normal life after recovery. The star kid Aaradhya in a latest video that has gone viral on social media is seen attending her online classes. For all the students, online classes have become mandatory as it is the only way to connect with school teachers amidst the lockdown. A video of Aaradhya is doing rounds on social media. The video opens to the Aish’s darling daughter attending her Hindi classes.
In the video, Aaradhya is seen thanking her Hindi teacher by saying, ‘Dhanyawaad Miss”. Well, in the frame she looks super cute in a light blue shirt paired with white headband. She seems to be very happy with her online classes. We must say these virtual classes are keeping all the students glued to the laptop and ipad screens. Abhishek and Aishwarya’s darling daughter is everyone’s favorite and is now making all the headlines for her cute video which is going viral on social media.
A fan page posted this video of Aaradhya on Instagram and it has received some 3.55 Lakh views already. Meanwhile a while back, Abhishek Bachchan informed all his fans, he has been discharged from hospital. He Tweeted, “A promise is a promise! This afternoon I tested Covid-19 NEGATIVE!!! I told you guys I’d beat this. thank you all for your prayers for me and my family. My eternal gratitude to the doctors and nursing staff at Nanavati hospital for all that they have done. THANK YOU!”
On the professional front, Abhishek Bachchan will be seen in The Big Bull, Ludo, Dostana. Well he will be having a busy year once this lockdown phase is open for work. While Aishwarya is seen taking care of her family members. (ALSO READ: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Makes A Positive Post On Instagram On Raksha Bandhan; Says 'God Bless Always')
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